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Instant Pot Anyone??

Daughter got us the big 8qt model for Christmas. Just got it out of the box & seems it's mostly a combo pressure cooker plus slow cooker with some added bells & whistles. Seems very well made.

Curious anyone have one plus any good recipes you tried??
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I have something similar, use it all the time.
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Everything that I donít like about a slow cooker or crock pot is corrected with this. All day cooking done in. An hour or less.
Try deer shanks on the bone with all tendons and silver skin still intact and see what comes out. I will never grind shank meat again.
If you just google recipes for it the possibilities are endless.
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Everything that I donít like about a slow cooker or crock pot is corrected with this. All day cooking done in. An hour or less.
Try deer shanks on the bone with all tendons and silver skin still intact and see what comes out. I will never grind shank meat again.
If you just google recipes for it the possibilities are endless.
Thanks mgp629!! Will definitely have to try with some deer cuts. My Daughter's a culinary school grad and said I just gotta have an Instant Pot...so she got us one. She also gave us the Jennifer Smith 500 Recipe Instant Pot "Quick & Easy" Book but it had none in for wild game. Some of the beef recipes seem they would work pretty good on deer, bear etc. though. Some duck & goose recipes are in the book.
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Everything that I donít like about a slow cooker or crock pot is corrected with this. All day cooking done in. An hour or less.
Try deer shanks on the bone with all tendons and silver skin still intact and see what comes out. I will never grind shank meat again.
If you just google recipes for it the possibilities are endless.
Yep....crock pot will be in retirement!! Did a 4lb beef chuck-eye roast yesterday and 25 minutes done!! Unbelievable tenderness/flavor. Added red potatoes & carrots during last 10 minutes. The IP is everything they say it is....at least on this one!!
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Daughter got us the big 8qt model for Christmas. Just got it out of the box & seems it's mostly a combo pressure cooker plus slow cooker with some added bells & whistles. Seems very well made.
Once you use it a few times you'll love it. Maw and I have bought five IP, one for ourselves, our son, daughter and two of our nieces.

An Air Fryer is another should have. We bought one each for everyone above. No cooking stuff in oil, grease or bear fat! My son made a batch of wings for his crew of six at work, they all own one now!


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Once you use it a few times you'll love it. Maw and I have bought five IP, one for ourselves, our son, daughter and two of our nieces.

An Air Fryer is another should have. We bought one each for everyone above. No cooking stuff in oil, grease or bear fat! My son made a batch of wings for his crew of six at work, they all own one now!


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Amen on the Air Fryer!! Got one a year ago. Love it!!

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My wife thinks the Instant Pot is the best thing since sliced bread.

She spent most of Sunday making meals for this week....Turkey Tetrezinni, scalloped potatoes and ham.....

Not being a wise guy, but it was the most time she spent in the kitchen in a long time...she really enjoyed using it.
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The title of this thread is misleading, says Cheech and Chong.......
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My wife thinks the Instant Pot is the best thing since sliced bread.

She spent most of Sunday making meals for this week....Turkey Tetrezinni, scalloped potatoes and ham.....

Not being a wise guy, but it was the most time she spent in the kitchen in a long time...she really enjoyed using it.
AMEN....same as my Mrs. I even like toying around with this one too. The Mrs used to pressure cook a lot but she said the IP seems to raise that type of cooking to a higher level. That Turkey Tetrezinni sounds interesting!

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